Tag: Weekly Wrap

Brutal Showdown to Go Down in Lure for the History of the Division, as Stephen Fulton Jr. Eeks Past Brandon Figueroa to Unify WBC and WBO Super-Bantamweight Titles

Written by Tré Berry III✍️🖊️ | 11/28/2021

Another one…🗓️2021 has been a bit of a renaissance year in terms of getting top bill performances, and in getting the elite talent back to meeting each other in the ring. A strong night of boxing Saturday was – but it was the headliner showdown at Park Theater in Las Vegas, between WBO titlist 🇺🇸Stephen “Cool Boy Steph” Fulton Jr. (20-0-0, 8KO👊), and fellow undefeated WBC titlist 🇺🇸Brandon “Heartbreaker” Figueroa (22-1-1, 17KO👊) that stole the fight of the week honors, and will certainly garner interest in much higher accolades, as it was the latest of burgeoning Fight of the Year candidates. Continue reading “Brutal Showdown to Go Down in Lure for the History of the Division, as Stephen Fulton Jr. Eeks Past Brandon Figueroa to Unify WBC and WBO Super-Bantamweight Titles”

Upset Alert🚨 – George Kambosos Jnr. Came to Madison Square Garden, Took Control Early, to Upset and Defeat Teofimo Lopez to Win Bevy of Lightweight World Titles 🗽

Written by Tré Berry III✍️🖊️ | 11/28/2021

This is not, I repeat…this is not the welcome homecoming that now-former Champion 🇺🇸Teofimo “Takeover” Lopez Jr. (16-1-0, 12KO👊) had anticipated. That party was spoiled by determined, angry Aussie fighter 👑🇦🇺George Kambosos Jnr. (20-0-0, 10KO👊), who not only willed the events of the fight to bend his way, but he fought very intelligently in aiding himself to get there.  Continue reading “Upset Alert🚨 – George Kambosos Jnr. Came to Madison Square Garden, Took Control Early, to Upset and Defeat Teofimo Lopez to Win Bevy of Lightweight World Titles 🗽”

Making a Name For Himself, and Earning the Hardware – Kenichi Ogawa With Second Fight in the States, Pummels Azinga Fuzile to Win Vacant IBF World Title

The Chief support to Lopez/Kambosos headliner was an interesting one, that showcased fresh new faces to an American audience as they fought at Madison Square Garden in the HULU Theater. South African boxer 🇿🇦Azinga Fuzile (15-2-0, 9KO👊) came into the contest ranked 2 by the IBF, while Japanese war machine 🇯🇵Kenichi Ogawa (26-1-1, 18KO👊) sat right behind at #3 by the same recognized sanctioning body. Continue reading “Making a Name For Himself, and Earning the Hardware – Kenichi Ogawa With Second Fight in the States, Pummels Azinga Fuzile to Win Vacant IBF World Title”

Late Surge of Isaac Dogboe Thwarts Pitufo Diaz’s Early Work, as Dogboe Walks Away With a Majority Win

This was more of a thinking man’s fight, functioning at a slower pace, but it was still a quality fight between two esteemed Featherweight world contenders. Former Super-Bantamweight titlist 🇬🇭🇬🇧Isaac “Royal Storm” Dogboe, (23-2-0, 15KO👊) found himself trailing in the action early against contender 🇵🇷Christopher “Pitufo” Diaz (26-4-0, 16KO👊) who was putting together quality work from the outside. Understanding the circumstances Continue reading “Late Surge of Isaac Dogboe Thwarts Pitufo Diaz’s Early Work, as Dogboe Walks Away With a Majority Win”

Tim Tszyu Dominates Takeshi Inoue in Australian Venue, Inches Closer Towards a Potential World Title Shot

WBO #1 mandatory, and #3 IBF world Super-Welterweight challenger 🇦🇺Tim “The Soul Taker” Tszyu (20-0-0, 15KO👊) may just be known by many as the son of a legend (of course his father being the great 👑🇷🇺🇦🇺Kostya Tszyu), but those paying close attention to to what the 27 year is doing, are aware enough to know that he is certainly Continue reading “Tim Tszyu Dominates Takeshi Inoue in Australian Venue, Inches Closer Towards a Potential World Title Shot”